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Hello,

Age: 25
Caucasian
Work Experience: 3 Years google as Program Manager
GMAT: 640 39Q 39V
Education: University of California, Santa Barbara B.A. Sociology - 3.46GPA
Goal: Broad understanding of entrepreneurship in a fast-tracked one year program where I can live internationally to expand my learning beyond just the classroom setting.

I'm interested in applying to international schools with one year programs focusing on entrepreneurship. The schools I'd like to apply to are:
1. Oxford Said
2. Cambridge Judge
3. IE Business School

All three schools have emailed me to request that I apply and IE has even offered to 'fast track' my application. Is this indicative of anything or fairly standard? I'd ideally be applying in one of the late rounds of admissions to attend these schools beginning Fall '17. However, I'm not sure my subpar GMAT score is competitive enough to submit applications to these schools.

Thanks very much!

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Hi there,

Your GMAT is a bit on the low side, so if you have the capacity to prepare for another go at the test I would. If, however, you don't think you can break into 680-710, your GMAT is still in the range for the 1-year programs at those schools. Since you're on the low end, however, you'll need to make sure every other aspect of your application is spot on. Upon reading your goals at a high level, they're still a bit generic. Your story will need to be quite clear on what you want to do and how you expect this MBA to help you.
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